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Get Your Content Translated to Korean

Korean translation presents many challenges that even bilingual individuals may have trouble with. This is why Asian Absolute’s Korean translation services are used by clients all over the world, including the UK, the US, Asia, and Australia. The linguists on our team are all native speakers who specialize in different areas, so you can be confident you’ll find someone with the right expertise for your needs. They also have a deep understanding of the cultural differences between your home country and the target market, which is vital when translating Korean.

Korean is a syllabic language made up of blocks of consonants and vowels. It’s a double-byte language on any computer system, which can present additional challenges. And it doesn’t have much in common with other languages spoken in the region, such as Chinese or Japanese.

With Asian Absolute’s experts by your side, you’ll be able to compete against local rivals with the same level of confidence and authority.

Why choose Asian Absolute?

When it comes to Korean translation services, you can’t go wrong with a native linguist. At Asian Absolute, we pair you with native Korean translators or interpreters when you need to translate into Korean, and native English speakers when you’re targeting an English-speaking market. This ensures that your linguist has the deep understanding of both cultures required to localize your content. Whether that’s your website, your latest eLearning course, or as part of your interpreting service for your upcoming conference.



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Many thanks for your help and also for providing an interpreter for the week, she was absolutely fantastic and a real life-saver!

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What do you need Korean translation services for?

As Korean society gradually evolves, it remains close-knit. This can make it difficult for foreigners to gain trust and confidence. Likewise, as a Korean business operating outside your home market, you want to sound like a confident local company.

At Asian Absolute, it is standard practice to pair you with a specialist in your field, whether that is automotive engineering or zoology. You can also be confident that your linguist has both the knowledge and experience of the specific project you have in mind:

Korean interpreting services which focus on more than just language

A great interpreter will be able to assist you with more than just language interpretation. They should also be sensitive to body language, mannerisms, and expected social conduct to help you navigate any situation – whether you’re a native English or Korean speaker seeking Korean interpreting services.

At Asian Absolute, we can provide both consecutive and simultaneous interpreters in London and throughout the UK for:


  • Events
  • Meetings
  • Appointments
  • Conferences
  • Social engagements, dinners, and parties
  • Voice-overs and dubbing

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Get in touch with us today to learn more about our Korean translation and interpreting services in the UK, as well as to get a free quote. We’re always available to answer any questions you may have.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Where is Korean spoken?

Korean is an official language only in the nations of South Korea and North Korea. But it is also spoken by people in Korean communities around the world.

How different is Korean from North Korea to South Korea?

Currently, the Korean spoken in North Korea and the Korean spoken in South Korea remain very similar.

Yet the differences between them are growing. These are mainly in accent and pronunciation, yet there are also increasing differences in vocabulary – largely because of the far faster rate of technological progress in South Korea and new words that refer to these technologies.

The longer that the two countries remain so cut off from each other, the greater the likelihood that these differences will continue to grow.

How different is Korean from Chinese and Japanese?

Although Korean, Chinese, and Japanese are often lumped together because of the desirability of entering each of the markets they are spoken in, the three languages are actually very different indeed.

Each belongs to a different language family, has a different vocabulary, and has different writing systems and grammar rules.

The romance languages of Europe have far more in common than Korean, Chinese, and Japanese.

The Korean Language in the UK

  • The Korean language is becoming increasingly popular in UK business life, as evidenced by the increasing number of Korean businesses setting up offices in the UK.
  • It is estimated that around 4% of the total population of London speaks Korean, making it one of the most widely spoken languages in the city.
  • As of 2015, the UK had approximately 45,000 Korean speakers, most concentrated in London and Manchester.
  • The number of people learning the Korean language in the UK has also increased significantly over the past few years, with more than 17,000 students enrolled in various universities and colleges offering courses related to the language.
  • Several professional organisations are dedicated to promoting the Korean language and culture in the UK, such as the British Korean Language Association (BKLA), the Korean Cultural Centre UK (KCCUK), and the British Council Korea.
  • As of 2016, Korean products and services accounted for around 8% of UK exports to South Korea.
  • More than 80% of Koreans in the UK are economically active, with most working in professional and managerial roles.
  • The British Royal Family has also shown an interest in Korean culture, with Prince William and Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge, visiting South Korea in 2015.
  • London is home to several prominent Korean companies, including Samsung Electronics, Hyundai-Kia Motors and LG Electronics.

Popular Phrases and Words translated in Korean

안녕하세요 (annyeonghaseyo) – Hello

감사합니다 (gamsahamnida) – Thank you

사랑해 (saranghae) – I love you

네 (ne) – Yes

아니오 (anio) – No

미안해 (mianhae) – I’m sorry

이제 (ije) – Now

언제 (eonje) – When

어디 (eodi) – Where

뭐 (mwo) – What

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